AHERA Asbestos Surveys for Demolition and Renovation
Give us a call and one of our Certified AHERA Inspectors will be happy to discuss your needs and give you a no obligation free estimate.
What is Asbestos?
Asbestos is a dangerous carcinogen. Asbestos exposure may cause mesothelioma and lung cancer. Renovating houses containing asbestos products can release asbestos fibers, which are extremely fine and can stay in the air for extended periods of time. Protect your family and sample before disturbing possible asbestos containing materials.
NOW Environmental Services are also available 24/7 to read Asbestos Abatement Contractors Air Asbestos Samples. (NIOSH 7400)
The NOW Environmental Laboratory is American Industrial AIHA Proficient please call for a current copy of our Proficiency.
Where Could I Find Asbestos In My Home?
Home owners are welcome to send individual samples. Click here to be directed to our Asbestos Sample Analysis page.
Asbestos: The Silent Killer
Asbestos is a dangerous carcinogen. Asbestos exposure may cause mesothelioma and lung cancer. Asbestos poses the greatest danger when it is disturbed during renovation or demolition and becomes airborne. Protect your family and avoid expensive clean-up.
Work for a school district? If so, 3-Year AHERA school inspections also available.
We serve all Private, Industrial and Governmental clients. No project is too big or too small. Proudly serving the Pacific Northwest and Washington state for over 25 years!
LEAD SURVEYS FOR DEMOLITION, RENOVATION AND SECTION 8 HOUSING
Give us a call and one of our EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor will be happy to discuss your needs and give you a no obligation free estimate (253) 927-5233. Per the EPA, “Home test kits for lead are available, but may not always be accurate. Consumers should not rely on these kits before doing renovations.”
Are You Planning to Buy, Rent, or Renovate a Home Built Before 1978?
Now Environmental Services have been providing Lead Based Paint Surveys
for over 25 years.
Federal law requires that individuals receive certain information before renting, buying, or renovating pre-1978 housing:
LANDLORDS have to disclose known information on lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards before leases take.
SELLERS have to disclose known information on lead-based paint and lead –based paint hazards before selling a house.
RENOVATORS must insure that their employees are not being exposed to air borne lead during work activities.
Many houses and apartments built before 1987 have paint that contains high levels of lead. Lead from paint, chip and dust can pose serious health hazards especially for children, if not taken care of properly.
› We serve all Private, Industrial and Governmental clients. No project is too big or too small.